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Security+ SY0-401

Network Devices and Technologies 1.1 SY0-401

Network Devices and Technologies The Security+ Certification exam requires knowledge of networking and a thorough understanding of security concepts that apply to network technologies. A Network+ certification and/or a solid background and experience in networking is recommended. Security+ Objective 1.1 covers security configurations of network devices and other technologies. Network Devices Firewall: A Firewall is a network device that… Read More »

Security+ Terms and Acronyms

Terms and Acronyms Used in Security+ Term Acronym Triple Digital Encryption Standard 3DES  Authentication, Authorization and Accounting AAA Access Control List ACL Advanced Encryption Standard AES Advanced Encryption Standards 256-bit AES256  Authentication Header AH  Annualized Loss Expectancy ALE  Access Point AP Application Programming Interface API Advanced Persistent Threat APT Annualized Rate of Occurrence ARO  Address Resolution Protocol ARP… Read More »

Security+ SY0-401 General Information & Characteristics

Security+ General Information The CompTIA Security+ Certification is often a first step towards more advanced security certifications.   About The CompTIA Security+ certification is a vendor-neutral, internationally recognized credential used by organizations and security professionals around the globe to validate foundation level security skills and knowledge. Candidates are encouraged to use this document to help prepare for CompTIA  security+… Read More »